It has been about a year since CompTIA updated their 220-701 and 220-702 exam requirements, so it’s not a big surprise that some changes have just arrived.
Your organization maintains a group of Windows 2000 systems that are used for client access to an important corporate application. You need to build five more Windows 2000 Professional systems, and you’ve been given a set of computers that have 300 MHz processors, have 64 MB of RAM, support video up to 1024×768 resolution, and include 20 GB hard drives. Which one of these specifications meets the minimum requirements but not the recommended requirements for a new installation of Windows 2000 Professional?
The overall structure of the exam requirements have changed a bit. Laptop and portable devices have been integrated into the hardware section of the requirements, and safety, communication, and professionalism have been collapsed into a single section called “Operational Procedures.” I like the simplified approach.